7 Colorful Eats to Celebrate Pride in San Francisco

Sunday, June 21, 2020

Pride is just an extension of the Black History Month, a good reminder to give ourselves when Juneteenth falls in Pride Month. While the parade is cancelled this year, here are 7 spots to eat tasty rainbow (or unicorn!) themed foods in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Eat a rainbow, be happy!

Canela Bistro Bar
@canelasf

Canela's Pride box is perfect for hosting parties or as gifts. Box includes:
  • Sangria Kit - Fruit Puree and a Bottle of Red or White Wine
  • Fresh Fried Potato & Sweet Potato Chips
  • Rainbow Candy Mix
  • Marinated Spanish Olives
  • Manchego Cheese
  • Spanish Pork Chorizo
  • Spanish Rosemary Crackers
  • Rainbow Cocktail Napkins


Dynamo Donut
@dynamodonut

Taste the rainbow with the Very Berry Pride Donut -- fresh strawberries and blueberries folded into an orange zest base, dipped in an elderflower-champagne glaze and topped with rainbow sprinkles. Available during Pride week on June 27 and 28.



Home Coffee Roasters
@homesf 

Home's signature style of latte art cannot be missed to celebrate Pride this month.


Noe Valley Bakery
@noevalleybakery

Celebrate while still sheltering in place with a piece of Noe Valley Bakery's Pride cake or gather safely in a group with a whole cake. You can grab it online or at their West Portal location.



Pinhole Coffee
@pinholecoffee

The Pride Package includes a 12oz bag of “Masarap” coffee blend, #PinholeRainbow ceramic “tin style” mug and enamel pin! Sold online or with @shopwithpridesf.


Sift Dessert Bar
@siftdessertbar

Enjoy Sift's sea of rainbow macarons only for the month of June. Ships nationwide.


Third Culture Bakery
@thirdculturebakery

Made in partnership with Denver chocolatier Liane PR, Third Culture's pride chocolate bars are handmade with ganache filling representing each of the colors on the rainbow flag: red is strawberry, orange is thai tea, yellow is yuzu, green is matcha, blue is sea salt caramel, and violet is ube sweet potato. 10% of all sales will be donated to the The National Black Justice Coalition, a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment and public policies of Black LGBTQ+ people, including those living with HIV/AIDS. 



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